Into Your Future
Learning at the Faculty of Consumer Sciences is backed by practical sessions in laboratories, workshops, and a library within the campus. Our aim is to keep students up to date with the latest technology and trends.
POST GRADUATE programmes
The minimum entrance requirements shall be a Bachelor’s degree in
from the University of Swaziland or any recognised University with at least a Second Class Second Division pass or equivalent, and with at least a C grade (60%) or its equivalent in Consumer Sciences Education/Home Economics Education courses. Students intending to apply for the MSc in Textiles may also be admitted on the basis of holding a B.Sc. with a Chemistry major from UNESWA or any recognised institution with with at least a Second Class Second Division pass and a minimum average mark of a C grade (60%) in TAD/ TADM or Chemistry courses.
- Home Economics Education or
- Consumer Science Education or
- Home Economics/Consumer Science with a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, or
- Textile Apparel Design/ Textiles, Apparel Design and Management
The general objective of the M.Sc. COSE Programme is to meet human resource requirements for teaching and managerial positions particularly for the educational system within Swaziland and beyond
Studying Food Science, Nutrition and Technology empowers an individual to make a meaningful contribution towards the country’s economy and food security through improved food preservation and the provision of safe and nutritious foods.
The general objective of the course is to train professionals for the public and private sectors; industry, research institutions and academia in Textiles and Apparel Design as well as Textile Science and Technology to face current and emerging challenges in the industry in Eswatini and beyond.
How will you forge your future? We want to partner with you in pursuit of a brighter future for you.
The Faculty of Consumer Sciences offers a diverse yet integrated menu of scientific and technical courses to enable a better understanding of factors impacting consumers’ general well-being and in achieving an improved quality of life.